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and it will develop across the south. of course, florida is the big deal here. you can see with our developing storm off the carolina coast we're expecting showers. and thunderstorms over florida. plus we may even see a little bit more rain than what we have here across southern virginia, north carolina, especially later on in the day. this is going to make a fast transition up the east coast, as we get in towards wednesday. temperatures won't be incredibly cold in the south. as a matter of fact, 50s, 60s, 70s, whether you're in the rain or not will be even slate. here's the timing on wednesday, getting into more of the storm because really tuesday's issues are going to be virginia and florida in terms of how the weather's going to impact. but florida, of course, will be out of that on wednesday. but virginia, you'll be in this. parts of new jersey. notice here, we will bring all this rain, all the way up into new england as well. and this will be heavy wind-swept rain. those areas trying to get power back on may have to deal with rain. one of the new things we're looking at here with these models i
" which is why the world of shame awaits all who stand in the way of the deal. sla clark in florida clark? >> jim, a big first time booyah from the keys. >> i love the fish, what's up? >> jim, i love you. you have shown me to go for chesapeake. it looks like the united states is going back in the oil business. who should i be looking at? >> if you want to know who is the best finder of oil, those are the two eog, let's go to jordan in pennsylvania. >> hey jim, big booyah from pittsburgh, pennsylvania. >> i'll tell you, that tastes like iron city beer. it tastes like coming home. >> i got weight watcher's. how do you feel about their recent change in management. >> i don't want to be greedy. i think you are greedy if you hang onto wtw. >> you know what, let's go to wayne in virginia. >> love your show. >> accounting and reg layerities equal sell. i understand from the papers that there are issues there. involving an sec investigation. you close your eyes and you sell because there is not much to it. we have good things holding us up. understand this, but we will not it wi we will not let p
developments planned or under construction for condos in south florida. >> even with all that overhang and in 2007 there were 35,000 unsold developer units in the downtown area alone. >> so markets can work. >> that's the great thing. >> the free market worked very well. >> let me ask you one more thing. tell me about pricing. i want both of you to tell me about pricing because some of the numbers are interesting and prices are up and in some of these report, 8%, 12% from a year ago, but still, a continue% move is a 10% move. are you seeing that in south florida? >> in south florida, condos went up 28% from a year ago and we're seeing that in washington, d.c., and the markets are strong and it's another market we're operating in and what we're having difficulty with is las vegas and the major market for the company and las vegas is having a lot of difficulty. >> you're national and international, what's the hottest place right now? >> i think new york, as always, miami, very hot. >> i agree with don. miami is so hot and buildings like the one he built is amazing. >> are these people co
sandy hit the new york area last week, now a florida utility says that the long island power authority sent letters to florida crews and asking them to temporarily join the union before they could help out. and that may have delayed their arrival. the union says no one was turned away if they refused to join. all right. you her all the pundits saying democrats are killing the republican party in the swing states. now senator ted cruise has a real shocker for us. he says immigration trends could very easily turn the reddest of red states blue. we are talking texas, of all places. can you believe that? we will have much more about this republican bungle of immigration when we talk to christopher at 7:50 this evening. new questions tonight following the sudden resignation of cia director david petraeus. over an extramarital affair. chair and senate intelligence committee saying that she will seek testimony from petraeus about the september attack on the consult in benghazi, libya. joining us now is the chair of the house homeland security committee, peter king. peter, chairman king. as al
a lot of that fema smending. th spending. then into florida where there's a lot of social security spending. same think along the gulf coast. zoom in on one louisiana county in here, there's a u.s. penitentiary there. a lot of federal spending. up through here, farm subsidies, drought relief. all kinds of things. out in arizona, retirees and other -- all the way up there in the state of washington. i understand we've got somebody coming from that state, a big naval base. that's going to show up big and make it red. what the pew center on the states did, they divided it up, said what federal spending is a% of gdp. maryland, virginia, district of columbia comes up the highest. fairly evenly split between defense and non-defense cuts. hawaii 16%. the bulk is defense spending. you come down here to alabama where there is a lot of defense spending as well. colorado and georgia would round out the top ten list. another way to look at impact of federal cuts is not just spending but what about jobs. some surprising states show up. texas is a red state but they have a lot of federal jobs as
of florida network. my question is from eog resources. we heard that insiders bought 4800 shares back into the stock is that alone enough for me to put it on my buy list? >> no. but it was an incredible quarter and a great vision for what's to come. i think that company is probably the fastest growing oil company in the world. it's got one of the best managements and i suggest that it is bought not just in the mid teens. i want you to have a full position. fiscal cliff needs a solution. i'm trying to offer one. "mad money" will be right back. [ applause ] >> coming up, testing positive? the market's taken a turn for the worse but cramer is researching ways to keep you in the green. tonight he's conducting some tests. find out if it could give your portfolio a shot in the arm. >> and later, american service? when ever you think of controversial ceo, his turn around of the too big to fail aig seems indisputable. cramer sits down with him to hear about challenges and victories. how he has brought his military experience to the boardroom and what is next for the insurance giant. >> plus t
latino areas that did not get polled including florida and just saying one party figured it out. the other party didn't. >> if you look at individual stocks and sectors, yesterday you got at the point where you go by sector and not risk on, risk off broader mark. we see that here. financials are seeing softness in pre-market. coal stocks seeing softness. there is a notion that now there will be more reimbursement for patients who previously couldn't pay for their care and so that will be a huge tail wind for these stocks which goes to buy from neutral this morning. >> a couple guys piled on hca. i do feel that you're supposed to sell the medical devices because there's a tax on them. things are playing out the way we would expect. i do think that the market is not understanding the power of what bernanke is doing in housing because you would get the firing of bernanke very quickly, okay, and you're not going to get that now. he's obviously contributed. the rates are down any way. i just think that if you bought bank of america because you thought romney was going to win and that
, in these kind of situations, and we've seen it a lot in florida. we've seen it a lot in texas. two products the red cross always comes to us for is bleach because it can disinfect water quickly and clean it up. the second is trash bags. >> so the jobs report, what about that, donald? better than expected. how do you see the jobs story today? >> well, certainly getting better. as i said, ting parallels for us the category trends we're seeing. the jobs continue to build a bit. we're seeing the categories in the united states don't recover. obviously, with 70% of the economy driven by consumer spending, as people feel more competent about getting a job or keeping their own job, we think obviously that will drive consumer confidence up. we certainly saw consumer confidence this week better than we've seen it in the last 4 1/2 years. i think the big concern we all have is the fiscal cliff and the impact that could have on demand. >> has it held you back? so many ceos come on the program and say, look, we're not going to make any decisions in terms of adding new heads to the payroll. we're not go
quarter, we feel very good about. that's certainly true in california. it's true in florida. it's true in paris. >> bob, the last time we talked, you seemed passionate about the need to fix our debt as a country. i wonder what your take is on president obama winning re-election. does that change anything for the company, for the industry? in terms of this fiscal cliff, everybody is expecting taxes to go higher. we're not sure how high on dividends and capital gains. will that dictate your behavior in terms of disney's payout, your dividend? >> well, first of all, i think i was most passionate when we last talked about the change in the corporate tax rate where we are the highest in the world right now. i don't think that makes this country competitive. i think it's a real impediment to true growth. so i'm very passionate about addressing that, not only reducing the rate, but in order to do so, i think certain loopholes have to get closed as well in order to make this country far more competitive. i think that's very important. i've seen some very compelling statistics about what a 10%
. the oil sands are buried under forests in alberta the size of florida. the oil here doesn't come gushing out of the sand the way it does in the middle east. the oil is in the sand. it has to be dug up and processed. >> this mine in general will be in operation for about 25 years. >> rick george, the colorado-born c.e.o. of suncor energy, took us into his strip mine for a tour. >> so, bob, this is what the oil sands tar looks like. it's a very rich, very pliable kind of a soil. >> now, when i squeeze it, why doesn't oil come out? >> well, because it's not warm enough. if you add this to hot water, you'll start the separation process, and you'll see the oil come to the top of the water, and you'll see sand drop to the bottom. >> it looks like topsoil, doesn't it? >> it does, but it is oil. >> it looks like topsoil, but all it grows is money. [laughter] it didn't always. the oil sands have been in the ground for millions of years, but for decades, prospectors lost millions of dollars trying to squeeze the oil out of the sand. it simply cost too much. t. boone pickens, the legendary texas oi
-47. look at the state of florida. one that mitt romney is counting on as a lynchpin of the base. 29 electoral votes. president obama up among likely voters 49-47. in ohio, the state most look at as the potential tipping point. president obama has a six-point lead. he's gone hard on the auto bailout and hitting mitt romney. that's a point of contention. because ohio has been such a tough nut for the romney campaign to crack, that's a reason they are making a late play into pennsylvania. it depends on turnout organization, especially the composition of the electorate. what portion of white voters versus hispanics. definitely a lower level of intensity and young people. barack obama dominates among young people. mitt romney among seniors who are more motivated to vote. how much will that carry the day? we'll find out tomorrow. >> if you're looking for an early tell tomorrow, if you could only look at one state early on, virginia. if it's decisive either way does that suggest the rest of the night collapses in that direction? >> almost in any of the battleground states other than ohio w
couldn't resupply fast enough. >> john, i'm told that did not pass in south florida. it was proposed but didn't pass and the total cost per gas station is $8,000 to $10,000 for the prewiring and the generator. seems like they would have made that over the last couple of weekends, if they had had it. anyway, to not worry about losing the power when you don't have it is the only thing i can -- like this last storm it's like hey, neighborhood doesn't have power anyway. you can't do anything to us at this point. john hofmeister, appreciate it. thanks. >>> coming up, policy decisions from the bank of england and the european central bank, two important announcements from europe that are still ahead this morning. bob, these projections... they're... optimistic. productivity up, costs down, time to market reduced... those are good things. upstairs, they will see fantasy. not fantasy... logistics. ups came in, analyzed our supply chain, inventory systems... ups? ups. not fantasy? who would have thought? i did. we did, bob. we did. got it. impact wool exports from new zealand, textile product
-- in the saks call they talked about another zip code store in florida where there's a whole floor of shoes. what we could do is we would take a winter break together and visit that zip code opposed to the zip code of -- >> if we're going down there, i might do it. i might do it. warmer weather you can show off your legs so that's nice too. >> okay. maybe we go to tampa bay. see what they have. >> i hear all of the action is in tampa. >> south beach. if you're going to do it, do it. >> you should do it up. >> the journal takes a crack at icahn versus hastings today as we keep an eye on take two where the action is getting hotter for carl. >> a blog post yesterday that they hired some time ago. listen, carl, i can tell you what i know. carl's calling people trying to get meetings with potential buyers for netflix. i spoke to people that will probably meet with carl. they have very little if no interest in actually buying it but everyone will go see carl because it's nothing if not entertaining. maybe you have a couple martinis, you relax, you talk, you get to heardom on things. we'll see wha
whether on the gulf coast, florida and unfortunately in the metropolitan area in new york. the supply siders are doing everything they know how to do. so you broaden utility crews from across the country, trying to get electricity restored, the oil companies are doing everything they can do within the limits of safety, and regulation to get supply out to the public. we also have to do something different on the demand management side. what's happening is that the demand side is descending into chaos and you see it in the gas lines. this could get to gunfire if it continues in the way it's going now. my recommendation is for the governors of new jersey, new york and connecticut, come together, go to an odd/even rationing plan, cut the demand in half every day by going to odd/even rationing. >> based on your driver's license or based on the -- >> based on the license plate. >> like we did back in the '70s. >> exactly. so you've cut the demand in half by definition of what numbers on your car license plate. take care of the service providers, taxi cabs, i will mow drivers, other service
state can't pull gdp up after pushing it down. what we saw in 1992 in florida with andrew was that it did pull up the gdp. the rebuild did. this is a similar rebuild although there will be tremendous tension. those of house have property down there who submitted our bills to the insurance companies, how much of it was water damage? well, a lot of it. nice to know you. it's good. i hope you don't have mold down there. >> if it got flooded, you should hope a tree fell on top. >> the insurance companies are telling you to read fine print. fine print is very bad. >> when we come back, taking a bite out of apple in bear territory after a slight gain on friday and stock up in premarket. is it finally the time to buy? you might remember david shulman now with ucla forecast. he says why you should brace. nice rallies given that dow in the past four of six weeks have been down more than 200 points. more "squawk on the street" is back in a minute. >> take a look where we are set to open here up 112 points on the dow jones industrial average. a little bit of optimism this morning as
back from florida. great work this week. >>> shares of apple sliding over 20% since the all-time high back on september 21st. question is, do we go down more from here? later on, the changing of the guard. over in china. we'll take a closer look at the challenges and new leadership will face and means for the rest of the world. don't go away. it's about who lives in the yellow house, the green, and the apartment house, too. today we not only honor the oval office, but we honor the cubicle, and the home office as well. because today it's about all of us. and no matter who you are, you're the commander-in-chief of your own life. ♪ you're the commander-in-chief of your own life. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! oh...there you go. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! i'm gonna stand up to her! no you're not. i know. you know ronny folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than a witch in a broom factory. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> welcome back. let's take a check on shares of apple. this hap
, the density of the area affected never happened before. when the storms hit florida, frankly they do hit areas and they hit them hard. so many people that live in the area, you have not had this. so it's really hard to know, carl, the 439 plus 78,000, doesn't seem like that much. i have seen estimates that claims could go up as high as 500,000 or higher. so that's something to look out for. how much drop you would expect and why we see it in philly and not in empire state, which arguably should have been more impacted than philly fed, of course you are, philly is down in that southern new jersey area that was hit by a lot of rain, that's possible. i honestly have to answer your question, carl, by saying i did not know what to expect, except that beyond noisy, i expected it to be negative. >> also double dose of big box retail earnings this morning, walmart and target both beating estimates on the top line, but walmart did -- patrick mckeeve, that neutral looks awfully pressure right now. what is your response to how they did? >> the sales were disappointing, they comped up 1.5%, walmart u.s. a
was arrested by the fbi at his florida home this morning. he allegedly got inside information about an alzheimer's drug on trial in 2006 and 2007 being conducted jointly and he passed on that information to said hedge fund resulting in the ill gotten gains and in the process committed securities fraud among other accusations. we'll bring you more details as we have in this news just out this morning and there's a press conference later today at about 12:30. we'll bring you details. >> all right. already a busy month. thank you for that. we'll see you later on today. >>> big box retailer best buy reporting weaker than expected numbers just days before the unexpected start to the holiday season. for how much longer will it cut into profits? you won't want to miss what meg whitman has to say about that quarter and the autonomy write off at 10:40 eastern time. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 this morning, i'm going to trade in hong kong. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 after that, it's on to germany. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 then tonight, i'm trading 9500 miles away in japan. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 with the new gl
into florida or maybe even new york was starting to move crude oil up to the refineries on the east coast. >> now, you were part of the rescue effort with sandy in terms of bringing some fuel into the region. >> no, we actually are in the emergency response business. we have a group that prepares and trains people for emergencies, supervises debris removal, assists state and local governments with recovering money from fema. >> i didn't realize that. and how then do you judge -- we're looking at this article this morning in terms of what was going on long island power, for example. what kind of grade to you give the utilities in this situation? >> hard for me to grade them, i think the public and their constituency is not giving them a good grade at the moment. >> did you train these people? >> we did not train those people. >> if you could -- if we could redo sandy, let's hope we don't ever have to do redo sandy. what were the things that should've happened in advance of the storm knowing it was coming. >> i think when you have storms of this nature, the key is not preparing the day befo
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